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Advanced Corporate Analysis, Valuation & Financial Modelling
A 3-day case study based workshop exploring issues in corporate valuation and financial modelling.
Corporate valuation is used for the purposes of investment, M&A or as part of internal measures of financial control. It is extensively applied when companies issue new shares, divest operations or acquire other companies.
This highly practical course will lead you quickly from the basics through to the more advanced valuation methodologies and modelling techniques.
- Building a comprehensive financial model.
- Understanding business models.
- Absolute valuation methods DCF, EVA and CFROI.
- Developing an appropriate cost of capital.
- Decomposing sources of return.
- Using comparative valuation measures.
- Understanding the basics of real options.
- Dealing with intangibles.
- Valuing fast growing companies.
This hands-on programme is taught using a combined interactive approach which incorporates case studies and exercises to reinforce the concepts covered in each teaching session. Emphasis is placed on delegates gaining practical experience of the various valuation techniques. Case studies from recent deals are included, as are practical exercises involving problem areas in valuation.
The programme also includes critiques of the conventional techniques and considers suitable alternatives to be deployed in differing circumstances as well as an update on the latest valuation reporting guidelines and their interpretation.
This new 3 day course is aimed at those with a solid financial background who wish to explore the more advanced aspects of financial modelling and valuation methodologies, including:
- Investment Bankers
- Equity Analysts
- M&A Professionals
- Fund Managers
- Treasurers and Finance Directors
- Commercial Bankers
- Private Equity & Venture
- Capital Specialists
- Business Analysts
Note - A good level of spoken and written English is required to attend this course. Delegates should be of an intermediate standard in English at a minimum. Please refer to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - as a guide the level required is B2.
Day 1Advanced Modelling
Forecasting the income statement
- Detailed revenue and earnings forecasts
- Fixed vs variable costs: operating leverage – how to model in Excel
- Calculating underlying EBITDA(R) and net income - adjusting earnings for exceptionals, non-recurring items, discontinued items, joint venture earnings, operating leases and other items
- Hedging policies
- Impact on earnings of new IFRSs – IFRS 9, IFRS 15, IFRS 16
- Current tax vs deferred tax
- Do deferred tax liabilities change the valuation?
- Estimating the effective tax rate
- Operating losses: carry-back and carry forward
- Understanding capital intensity
- Maintenance vs expansionary capex
- Understanding asset lives
- Forecasting disposals – cashflow and gains or losses on disposal
- Impairment of assets – how does this affect valuation?
- Dealing with intangible assets
- Components of cash and non-cash working capital
- Working capital ratios and their interpretation
- The relationship between working capital and margins
- The different types of provisions and their accounting treatment
- Impact of provisions on valuation
Joint ventures, associates and investments
- Accounting for joint ventures, associates and investments
- Forecasting joint venture, associates and investment income
Day 2Advanced modelling and Multiples Based valuation
- The importance or not of the book value of equity to valuation
- The impact on valuation of share buy-backs, rights issues, convertible bond and preference share issues
- Non-controlling interests - impact on equity financing; dividend leakage
- Forecasting dividends
- Linking cash flow and debt requirements
- Different types of debt financing
- Equity kickers
- How do sovereign and corporate credit ratings affect valuation?
- Advantages and disadvantages of increased debt funding
- How to define gross debt, financial assets and net debt
- Dealing with non-available financial assets
- Dealing with different kinds of provisions and deferred revenues
- Dealing with pension liabilities
- Dealing with hybrid financial instruments and derivatives
- Adjusting for stock based compensation and options
- Adjusting for off balance sheet liabilities eg contingent liabilities, receivables funding, operating leases
- Moving between equity value and enterprise value
- Calculating and interpreting ratios for the income statement, balance sheet and cashflow statement
- Which ratios for which sectors?
- How to adjust valuations for different ratios
- What are scenarios?
- Developing flexible scenarios with Excel
- Review of completed model for target company
- What do equity ratios tell us?
- Decomposing and interpreting P/Es: linking growth, cost of equity and RoE
- Valuations using dividend yield
- Valuations using net book value
- When to use EV multiples
- Calculating EV: core vs non-core
- Adjustments required for EV multiples
- The importance of qualitative factors (management, corporate governance, innovation, reputation, USPs etc)
- Valuing a one business company
- Valuing a conglomerate: sum of the parts valuation; valuing cross-holdings
- Valuing cyclical and fast growing companies
- Interpreting results and deriving an implied valuation for the target company
Day 3DCF and Cost of Capital
Cost of Capital
- Which cost of capital and whose cost of capital?
- The elusive equity risk premium
- Examining beta
- Calculating the cost of debt
- WACC in emerging markets
- Valuing negative cash flows
- Time Varying Cost of Capital
Forecasting unlevered FCF
- Estimating normalised unlevered FCF
- Pitfalls in calculating unlevered FCF
- Forecasting of FCF for target company
- TV using the perpetuity method – what terminal growth rate?
- TV using exit multiples
- TV using liquidation value
- Can some firms generate excess returns in the long run?
- Running sensitivities
- Review of final DCF model
- Understanding ROCE
- Components of capital employed
- Decomposing ROCE
- The ROCE “frontier”: trade-off between higher margins and higher asset turnover
- The link between ROCE and ROE
Distortions in calculating ROCE
- The impact of changing asset lives
- The invisible assets: valuing intangibles
- Historic capitalisation
- Estimating the current value of intangibles
- 3 stage DCF
- Adjusted DCF
- Compressed DCF
- Recursive WACC
- Cash flow return on invested capital (CFROIC)
- Why use DCF and not DCF
- Using EVA to better understand value creation
- The potential pitfall of EVA
- Building an EVA model
Valuing fast growing companies
- The concept of fades
- Fading ROCE and growth
- Choosing an appropriate fade period
- Impact of fades on DCF valuation
- Examination of the volatility and drivers of fast growth company valuations
Scenarios and real options
- Normal distributions and DCF
- When the world is not normally distributed
- Real options: myth or reality- the valuation
- Why DCF is not appropriate
- Estimating default risks
- Distressed assets as options
- The drivers of M&A
- Horizontal and vertical integration
- As a standalone
- Valuing synergies
- Estimating the price premium – the value of control and voting rights
- Do public M&A deals create value for buying and selling shareholders?
- Using shares or cash
- EPS accretion and dilution: does it reflect value added?
Our Tailored Learning Offering
Do you have five or more people interested in attending this course? Do you want to tailor it to meet your company’s exact requirements? If you’d like to do either of these, we can bring this course to your company’s office. You could even save up to 50% on the cost of sending delegates to a public course and dramatically increase your ROI.
If you want to run this course at a location convenient to you or if you want a completely customised learning solution, we can help.
We produce learning solutions that are completely unique to your business. We’ll guide you through the whole process, from the initial consultancy to evaluating the success of the full learning experience. Our learning specialists ensure you get the maximum return on your training investment.
We have a combined experience of over 60 years providing learning solutions to the world’s major organisations and are privileged to have contributed to their success. We view our clients as partners and focus on understanding the needs of each organisation we work with to tailor learning solutions to specific requirements.
We are proud of our record of customer satisfaction. Here is why you should choose us to help you achieve your goals and accelerate your career:
- Quality – our clients consistently rate our performance ‘excellent’ or ‘outstanding’. Our average overall score awarded to us by our clients is nine out of ten.
- Track record – we have delivered training solutions for 95% of worlds’ top 100 banks and have trained over 250,000 professionals.
- Knowledge – our 150 strong team of industry specialist trainers are world leading financial leaders and commentators, ensuring our knowledge base is second to none.
- Reliability – if we promise it, we deliver it. We have delivered over 20,000 events both in person and online, using simultaneous translation to delegates from over 180 countries.
- Recognition – we are accredited by the British Accreditation Council and the CPD Certification Service. In an independent review by Feefo we scored 96% on service and 95% on product
Sarah MartinBanks and other financial institutions can lose billions of dollars annually due to their failure to analyse and anticipate risks correctly. That's where my training course comes in.
BiographyFormer Executive Director of CSFB and Lehman Brothers, the Course Director has spent seventeen years working as an investment banker in Europe and the US. She has principally worked in the credit markets and has experience of the US and European high grade and high yield markets, the European new issue markets, the Asian convertible bond markets and of corporate restructurings of distressed credits. She specialised in the telecoms sector and was closely involved in the structuring, raising and/or trading of bank and public debt for telecoms companies in many countries, including Europe, South Africa, Asia and Latin America. She also has extensive experience of corporate finance transactions, including mergers, disposals, privatisations, IPOs and capital raisings. Until 2003, she was an Executive Director at Lehman Brothers in Fixed Income Research in London, having also worked for CS First Boston and Kleinwort Benson. She now works on an independent basis advising the legal and private equity professions on credit analysis and company valuation. She has a degree in economics from the London School of Economics and stock exchange qualifications from London and New York.
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